Mythic Item Crafting
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Most of the information found here was pulled from the Enchanting/Polypiling/Mythicing Guide in the Forums.
Regular and Magic Weapons and Armor
Weapons and armor can be found and crafted, made with basic materials like wood, metal, cloth, etc. There are different kinds of materials, called "tints" - oak, venomous, goldweave, and others. In addition, weapons and armor can have magic bonuses, like attack + 1, defense + 3, magic resistance + 2, etc. Weapons can also have enchantments, magic spells bound to them that sometimes activate when used, such as "In Jux Ort".
There is a class of weapons, armor, and jewelry, called "Artifacts", that are extremely rare and can only be found occasionally. These artifacts typically are named - "Dragonskewer", "Dante's Ruin", and many others. Weapon artifacts often combine an attack bonus and stat boost (attack + 7, strength + 20), and sometimes have an additional enchantment. Armor artifacts also combine a defense or magic resistance bonus and a stat boost (defense + 4, magic resistance + 6, strength + 25). These items can only be wielded by characters higher than level 70 or 75, depending on the magical bonuses.
There is yet another, higher tier of weapon and armor category, in general called "Mythic", representing a "supertint". The three supertints are "Mythic", "Mystic", and "Atral", aside from the base material, or tint. Supertinted, or mythic, weapons have an additional attack bonus. Mythic armor has additional defense and magic resistance bonuses. These supertints can be captured into an essence by characters with high-level crafting skills and applied to an existing weapon or armor.
|Armor||+2def, +1mr||+2def, +3vig||+2def, +1nv|
|Weapon|| +10% damage
red glow if named
| +10% damage
| +10% damage
Finally, mythic weapons and armor can by upgraded via an upgrade wand to give them a final boost to either attack, defense, and stats. There are 3 categories of upgrade - "Fel", "Dun", and "Bal" - that can be applied to the 3 supertints, resulting in 9 different combinations:
- Mythic: Felmythic, Dunmythic, Balmythic.
- Mystic: Felmystic, Dunmystic, Balmystic.
- Astral: Felastral, Dunastral, Balastral.
|Fel||Armor||+2def, +1mr, +5str||+2def, +3vig, +5str||+2def, +1nv, +5str|
|Dun||Armor||+2def, +1mr, +5dex||+2def, +3vig, +5dex||+2def, +1nv, +5dex|
|Bal||Armor||+2def, +1mr, +5int||+2def, +3vig, +5int||+2def, +1nv, +5int|
Crafting Mythic Items
- Create mid-level item ingredients.
- Use Mythic/Mystic/Astral Facilitator to combine ingredients into essence.
- Apply essence to weapon or armor.
- Make the first 6 items, they require 100% in their respective skill (except Mythic Material)
- Stack those items on the floor somewhere safe
- Make the facilitator (requires 100% in mining). You make that by using a smelting tongs on a brazier. Select just plain "ore" as the material.
- Use the facilitator on the stack of items - requires 100% in all of Enchanting, Weaponsmith, Armorer, Tailoring and Woodcrafting, all on the same character
- Use the resulting essence (Soulbound) on the desired armor or weapon
- The armor or weapon will get an extra modifier called "Mythic/Mystic/Astral". This has the following effects:
- On weapons, extra 10% damage
- On armor, extra +2 def and either +1 MR, +3 Vig, or +3 NV
- The item will NOT be Soulbound
- The item can be named, artifact, any enchant, any tint. Named items do not get the "Mythic/Mystic/Astral" modifier added to the beginning of their name, but it is otherwise effective.
Several items need to be crafted and combined to form mythic items:
- Mythical Material
- Scroll of Galvanizing
- Canned Heroism
- Enigmatic Bauble (copper)
- Rod of Power (gold)
- Philosopher's Stone (gold)
- Mythic/Mystic/Astral Facilitator
|Simple||Mythical Material||Scroll of Galvanizing|
|Ingredients|| deconstruct any
|Complex||Canned Heroism|| Enigmatic Bauble
| Rod of Power
| Philosopher's Stone